i think a seizure tracker would be a great idea. when you go to a neuo you keep a seizure diary, so a tracker would be a easy way to keep up with seizures , meds , symptoms,how long seizure lasted. and a migraine tracker . to track headaches, how long lasted,symptoms,meds,where pain is. i think both trackers would be alot of help to other members on here to , thanks brainpain
The pain tracker, which can be used to track headaches, is now available. To add it, go to My MedHelp, look for your trackers shortcut panel, and click Add a Tracker. The new pain tracker will be listed as an option. Thanks for the suggestion!
We'll actually be adding a separate migraine tracker. That one will apply better to migraines. The pain tracker can be used for general pain and headaches, but the migraine tracker will probably better suit the needs of migraine sufferers.
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